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October 14, 2018
The Living River Project: Art, Water, and Possible Worlds opens at the Art Gallery of Windsor on October 19th, 5-8pm. with the Curators' Tour taking place from 7-7.45pm. that night. The exhibition runs from October 20, 2018, to January 20, 2019. Co-curated by Patrick Mahon and Stuart Reid, the exhibition includes work by artists Nadine Bariteau, Patrick Mahon + Dickson Bou, Elizabeth Chitty, Joscelyn Gardner, Colin Miner, Chris Myhr, Troy Ouellette, Lee Rodney with Justin Langlois, Michael Dara, Hamilton Perambulatory Unit and Interminus Research Group, Quinn Smallboy, Patricia Coates, and Jennifer Willett.
Gardner's participation in this exhibition has been made possible with the support of an Exhibition Assistance grant from the Ontario Arts Council.
Read more about the exhibition HERE.
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